Trumplandia May Sweeps Do Not Disappoint

Season finales have traditionally dominated television programming during the merry month of May: cliff hangers abound; plot twists rule; buildings explode; cars crash and usually, a major character dies at the hand of a rising villain. May sweeps for Trumplandia–America’s own really real reality show–packed in so much drama this month, viewers need a bullet point list to keep up.

Nazi Badge Classification System For Republican New World Order

When I recently wrote a comedy skit called WCSN GITMO: Worst Case Scenario News, I sketched a terrible future in which Congress repeals the First Amendment, allowing Trump to issue an executive order forbidding comedians from making fun of him, ultimately condemning Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Bill Maher and Yours Truly to imprisonment in Gitmo. Pure fiction, I thought

The Sad State of Public Schools Just Got Sadder

I often lament my substandard public school education when confronted with those occasional usage problems that spell-check does not detect. “Slight” and “Sleight” for example; or “poll” and “pole;”or “canvas” and “canvass.” Generally, once I publish the mistake, I manage to catch and correct. But, as a professional writer, I have always had to guard against this propensity.